1. 20:59 1st Sep 2014

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    dogshaming:

Oil and vinegar
One dog is trouble, the other is anxious!

    dogshaming:

    Oil and vinegar

    One dog is trouble, the other is anxious!

     
  2. 20:56

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    When I was younger, I could remember anything, whether it had happened or not; but my faculties are decaying now and soon I shall be so I cannot remember any but the things that never happened. It is sad to go to pieces like this but we all have to do it.
    — Mark Twain (via devilduck)
     
  3. 09:43

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    tastefullyoffensive:

[collegehumor]
     
  4. 21:58 31st Aug 2014

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    devilduck:

Your drawings are nice my dear - but factory work will pay you better than art…

    devilduck:

    Your drawings are nice my dear - but factory work will pay you better than art…

    (Source: zgmfd)

     
  5. 19:47

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    devilduck:

    Today the Department of Awesome Parenting travels to Japan where a creative mother, who goes by the name Sasariri on Twitter, creates beautiful bento lunches that are both delicious and educational. Each of the meals pictured here are edible geography lessons, each one identifying a different Japanese prefecture by both shape and name.

    Sasariri says she’s now made a bento lunch for every single prefecture, complete with countless kawaii details. Visit RocketNews24 to view many more.

    [via RocketNews24]

     
  6. 08:42

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    devilduck:

    French photographer Thomas Rousset and graphic designer Raphael Verona spent three months in South American traveling around the Bolivian Plateau documenting the fascinating lives of a population of some 2 million indigenous people who practice “a peculiar blend of Roman Catholicism (a remnant of Spanish colonization), and Aymara mythology, which includes the worship of Pachamama (“Mother Earth”).”

    Rousset and Verona made these magical people and their awesomely ornate costumes the subject of their new book Waska Tatay, “part ethnography, part picture-book fairy tale.” The book explores how the vibrant, mystical lives of these shamans, witches and spiritual healers both blend and collide with the mundane modern world.

    "We were struck by how myths come to life when they are shared in the collective unconscious This is mainly why we wanted to show. The mix of images seemingly spontaneous, yet also built with other much staging reflect our desire to create an ambiguous language, the border of reality and fantasy, like our perception Bolivia."

    Head over to iGNANT for additional images. Waska Tatay is available for purchase via IDPURE.

    [via Wired and iGNANT]

    (Source: archiemcphee)

     
  7. 17:17 30th Aug 2014

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    dogshaming:

Poor Application Technique

I woke up to this at 4:00 in the morning. He even ate the replacement lipstick, too. What does it mean?

    dogshaming:

    Poor Application Technique

    I woke up to this at 4:00 in the morning. He even ate the replacement lipstick, too. What does it mean?

     
  8. 08:12

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    early-onset-of-night:

Picture of me waiting for universal healthcare.

    early-onset-of-night:

    Picture of me waiting for universal healthcare.

     
  9. 21:14 27th Aug 2014

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    ilovecharts:

Giving And Getting 
     
  10. 08:59 23rd Aug 2014

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